Hey everyone, finally got another intel update ready; A bit more disorganized than usual and lots I had to leave off of this one simply for the sake of time (I need more time to research some stuff). Hopefully my observations regarding infrastructure stuff are erroneously pessimistic, but I guess we'll see in due time.
Right now it feels a lot like we're monitoring a lot of stuff on multiple fronts in this 5th Gen War (or whatever we're fighting), and understanding what the truth is really is a challenge at this point.
Hopefully the maps look a lot better than what we've had previously; I'll drop the updated Map Pack templates tomorrow for those interested in reusing our maps in their own briefings.
I hope to have another update out before the end of the year, but you know how things go; I also am over-planning to have several videos up to launch the new year right. I and a couple of the others here have to travel a bit to get some B-roll for some videos currently in production. So if I don't make it back online in time, Merry Christmas to you all, and I will be back with another update soon!
Table of Contents
|00:00:00||- Moore County, NC Update|
|00:10:43||- Northeastern Region|
|00:11:03||- Southeastern Region|
|00:14:27||- East Central Midwestern Region|
|00:16:40||- West Central Midwestern Region|
|00:22:29||- Southwestern Region|
|00:29:13||- Western Region|
|00:33:57||- Western Europe|
|00:40:09||- Closing Thoughts|
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Two arrested in Washington - looks to be a robbery plan.
Three more substation attacks in Washington on Christmas Day. No information I can find on how exactly the damage was done - doesn't appear to be gunfire. About 2k people out of power.
That part of the country is very wealthy. I'm not sure you realize how wealthy.
The southern border is a massive issue for the US. I really wish this would be more debated and understood. I worked down there for 9 months and saw all kinds of issues. Yes, OLS first round was a shit show lacking major key equipment. For me I had no rain or cold weather gear issued to me, I had to find my own. Also people from all over the world were crossing my little section of just a few miles (including Russians and other European & Asian people). But the biggest issue is the human trafficking. It costs on average $3,000 to cross the border, which is controlled by the cartel. Now on the low end of what we saw which was over 100,000 IAs that's over $300,000,000 that the cartel made. And by doing nothing to really stop it we are just helping the cartel make more money. From reporting of Project Veritas we got first hand accounts if children being sex trafficked and used as illegal workers. This isn't right no matter what party affiliation you are.
I believe that the local authorities thought this was the start of armed rebellion. Local county authorities and law enforcement have been subjected to a serious amount of fear-mongering on the part of the FBI and DHS that right-wing militancy is on the rise, despite a glaring lack of evidence. They've primed local authorities to view things like this in that light.